History of Diabetes
Welcome to the dLife Diabetes Museum!
The history of diabetes can be found here in this easy-to-navigate tool. Scroll through time to meet innovators and history makers. Discover the first recorded occurrence of what was later understood to be diabetes. Learn more about the latest in technological advances. See video from dLifeTV about some of the unforgettable pioneers in the history of diabetes, then learn more on dLife.com.
The dLife Museum will never be complete. New information will be uncovered and added periodically. So stop back often. The museum is open 24/7. Visit now!
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Every writer has a collection of posts, letters, essays, books, and/or poems he has started but never completed; drafted but never edited; submitted but had rejected. In jargon, these are called "the morgue". In effect, they are "dead" ideas which have never come to life. Some of the entries in my morgue are there because they are no longer timely — a 2012 piece starting with a bicyclists' protest in Brazil, for example; others are there because they've...